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Inmark Tower


Project Architects and Peddle Thorp Architects


720 George Street (near Broadway).




Millennium Moderne 


reinforced concrete frame, curtain wall glazing. 40st/118m/res. Wind turbine 140m.
new apartment tower for George street south. First highrise in Australia to have wind turbines on roof to power electricity for atrium.
A graceful riot of a building. Some interesting urban spaces at George Street level.


Apartment Building 
  Above- ealier schemes.
  The site in 2008.
Inmark Tower- Mighty wind turbine rises over George Street
20 Jan

The wind turbine has been installed on top of the George Street (Haymarket precinct, near China Town) Inmark Tower.
It is Sydney’s first wind turbine – in ideal situations it will contribute to the power for the base build common areas (corridors / lobbies+stair lighting, etc).

The design initially proposed a bank of three wind turbines.
The 35 storey residential tower (retail base) had the initial concept design done by Project Architecture with the further design done by PTW Architects.
The project, due for completion in March 2011, consists of two separate residential towers, with 3 levels of commercial and retail space and a landscaped garden for communal use on level 19 of the high-rise.

Project Data

Project Name:

710 George Street,
Sydney, NSW

Project Type:
217 High Rise Apartments
with Retail and Commercial


The site in the past was a pottery kiln, the Woolpack Inn (c. 1830-1890) and Mick Simmons sports goods (1970s-80s).